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    Fauci is on a suicide mission. They are going to lay all the blame on him and he will subsequently die. The devil alone unpunishable. The greatest kamakazi attack in history. They'll even have a fun little story about how the greatest conman conned Trump himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    It is as though the internet does not exist to these corporate fucks: Boeing Requires All Employees to Get Vaccinated

    And look at the way the story is written -- what could possibly be wrong with these anti-vax CRAZIES?
    Boeing’s verbiage is almost identical to my employer’s. There’s not a backbone among them. That shows the selection effect of executives.

    They say they are doing this to comply with Biden’s mandate, which I thought requires an FDA approved vaccine. Yet there does not appear to be an FDA approved vaccine in the US, yet.

    So Biden’s mandate appears to be a bluff, which is turning every chummy executive belly up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Fauci is on a suicide mission. They are going to lay all the blame on him and he will subsequently die. The devil alone unpunishable. The greatest kamakazi attack in history. They'll even have a fun little story about how the greatest conman conned Trump himself.
    Unless somehow common sense prevails, when he dies they will deify him on a level way beyond what we are seeing now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Fauci is on a suicide mission. They are going to lay all the blame on him and he will subsequently die. The devil alone unpunishable. The greatest kamakazi attack in history. They'll even have a fun little story about how the greatest conman conned Trump himself.
    I'm not sure about that, a lot of people think something like this is going to happen, but they have leveraged so much of their narrative on this guy. Politicians are terrible at admitting they were wrong. Even spinning it to "we were tricked" will present weakness in a future election campaign that can be exploited by an opponent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Fauci is on a suicide mission. They are going to lay all the blame on him and he will subsequently die. The devil alone unpunishable. The greatest kamakazi attack in history. They'll even have a fun little story about how the greatest conman conned Trump himself.
    They aren't going to lay blame on him anymore than John Durham is going to indict someone in the intelligence leadership. Do you not know how government works?

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    47 seconds in Joe Rogan destroys Gupta.
    CNN?s Sanjay Gupta exposed by Joe Rogan - YouTube

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    Hi Jenni,,

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenni View Post
    If people want the government to do things then those people should fund those things.
    To everyone according to their need (important note: it says need, not merit); from everyone according to their ability. It should be the bedrock of any society, and the natural order of things. The young helps the old, the strong helps the frail, the healthy helps the sick. And the rich helps the poor.

    The last bit is a problem, especially for the rich, or those who think they are. Ideally, they would not like to help at all, and keep their riches for them, but that sounds just a bit too selfish. So the next best option is to choose whom to help, and it's still a very good deal for them, especially the richer they are.

    Just by way of a simplified example, suppose you have ten people; the first nine, together, earn one million bucks. The tenth person earns one million bucks on their own. Also suppose that each of these ten people require the same surgical procedure, which costs X.

    In a tax-funded system, the first nine individuals would pay 5X in total, and the tenth individual would pay the other 5X (because he earns as much as the other nine). In an insurance-based system, all ten individuals will pay X each. It's not difficult to see why rich people prefer the insurance system, especially those who earn like a thousand normal individuals. It's logical; insurance is a mechanism that lowers payments for the few high-risk people, by rising it for the vast majority of low-risk individuals. Here, the risk insured against is *not* the risk of getting sick, but the risk of having to fund the system. So, health insurance is a way for the rich to avoid having to fund the health system as they should.

    Consumption-based taxation is the same thing. In the example above, one person earns as much as the other nine, but doesn't consume like the other nine. If you tax him on consumption, he will pay proportionally much less tax than the rest.

    In a general way, every time you move a service from tax-funded to voluntary-funded, you allow rich people to avoid having to pay their fair share for it. No wonder they invest quite a considerable effort in propaganda for this sort of arrangements. One of their best weapon is the rhetoric of merit; why should I pay for the smokers? For the lazy? For the diabetics? For the non-vaccinated, even (refusing a transplant is only a logical consequence of all the rest)? Let's make it general: why should I pay for the poor? This is an irresistible message, as you can always find someone you consider beneath you, someone you consider undeserving.

    It's a message that I think gnaws at the bedrock of society, but you got to admit, it's a very successful message indeed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Once again, Mexicans doing the job Americans won't do.

    Hopefully, "As goes Mexico, so goes the world." Perhaps our new Mexican overlords will teach us how to rebel against tyranny. As long as I dont have to play or watch soccer, I'm okay with it.

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    Shah is an evil piece of shit!
    "Maine's CDC director questioned under oath. He has no clue how many people have been killed by the vaccines and no idea who at the CDC is looking into the deaths. Dr. Shah - Director of Maine CDC - Exposed Under Oath!!!! - YouTube
    @SteveKirsch"

    NH Executive Council Rejects $27M in Federal Vaccine Funding - UncoverDC

    Undergoing COVID treatment has made Allen West’s opposition to vaccine mandates GROW – NaturalNews.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilead View Post
    47 seconds in Joe Rogan destroys Gupta.
    CNN?s Sanjay Gupta exposed by Joe Rogan - YouTube
    And he lies again at the tail end of the video. Lies. That's all they do. This thing has gotten a lot of traction. Be sure to watch it, just to enjoy Gupta's discomfort.

    Quote Originally Posted by IlPrincipeBrutto View Post
    To everyone according to their need (important note: it says need, not merit); from everyone according to their ability. It should be the bedrock of any society, and the natural order of things. The young helps the old, the strong helps the frail, the healthy helps the sick. And the rich helps the poor.
    I disagree. You could argue that it should be human behavior -- and you'd be wrong -- but it is not, and millions of people have been murdered by governments trying to mandate human behavior. You leftist Europeans seen unable to learn from history.

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    And the vaccine charade continues to crumble. Here is the "misinformation":

    NBA player got blood clots from Vaccine… ‘Hawks told me to keep it secret’… – CITIZEN FREE PRESS

    Massachusetts State Police sergeant in ICU one day after Vaccine… – CITIZEN FREE PRESS

    https://twitter.com/CotterReporter/s...60153178337281

    Covid is surging in Waterford, Ireland where 99.7 percent of adults are Fully Vaccinated… – CITIZEN FREE PRESS

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